Taxation & Finance

Taxation & Finance



At the beginning of each year the Treasurer is responsible for preparing a lengthy document that outlines all the expenditures and revenues of each department. This document is then brought forward to Council for review. At budget meetings Council members then discuss and review with each department head each line of the proposed budget.

All budget meetings are open to the public and notice of these meetings are posted on the Township Website.

Once a budget is passed it is then a public document and you may view or request a copy by contacting the Treasurer.


The Tax Rates are calculated in conjunction with the annual budget process. Taxes are billed twice a year and are sent out by mail:

Interim Billing is mailed out in late February and due March 31st and May 31st.
Final Billing is mailed out in late July and due August 31st and October 31st.

Payment Options

  • Sending a cheque by mail
  • In person by cash, cheque, debit or credit card at the municipal office.
  • Using the mail slot at the front entrance of municipal office.
  • Most financial institutions.
  • Telephone/internet banking if you have this arrangement with your financial institution.

Questions about your property taxes or any taxation issue should be directed to the Treasurer.

Questions about your property assessment or MPAC, please visit

Need help changing your School Support? See below.

Low-income homeowners in the County of Hastings who meet certain criteria, and whose property taxes have increased over the previous year, may apply for a tax reduction of up to $250 against an eligible increase.
This program has been established under Section 319 of the Municipal Act, 2001 and is open to residential property owners who are, or whose spouse is:
– 65 years of age or older and eligible for support under the Federal Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) program or Ontario Works; or
-A disabled person of any age who is eligible for benefits under the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP).
The subject property must be the primary residence of the applicant. No relief can be granted for properties used on a seasonal or occasional basis, that are tenanted or are otherwise used for a purpose other than the owner’s primary residence.

More information can be found within the following link.

Kayla Weichenthal
Treasurer/ Deputy Clerk
Address: 3987 Boulter Road, Boulter, Ontario K0L 1G0

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